Being able to draw the map as you explore is one of Etrian Odyssey’s greatest features. However, there are many buttons in the editor and no clear indication of what they do. There are at least a few changes from the original DS version, so whether you’re new to the series or need a quick refresher, here’s the Etrian Odyssey HD Retirement Guide!
Etrian Odyssey HD Retirement Guide
Welcome to our Etrian Odyssey HD Retirement Guide. This guide contains information regarding retirement mechanics in Etrian Odyssey HD! We know that there are people who have a hard time finishing the Etrian Odyssey HD game. If you are one of those who find it difficult to finish the game, let’s take you to our Etrian Odyssey HD guide.
Etrian Odyssey 1 has a feature called ‘Retirement’. When an adventurer reaches level 30, you can retire it at the Explorer’s Guild. Retiring an adventurer will:
- Reset it to level 1
- Remove all of the current equipment and send them to your inventory
- Allow you to change its name
- Allow you to change its class
- Give extra bonuses based on its current class and level
Not having enough space on your inventory when retiring a geared adventurer will result in those items being deleted.
The retirement bonuses are extra stats and skill points. The stat that will be increased is based on the adventurer current class. The amount is based on the adventurer current level.
Here is a list of which class gives which stat:
- STR: Landsknecht, Ronin
- VIT: Protector
- TEC: Medic, Alchemist, Hexer
- AGI: Dark Hunter, Survivalist, Troubadour
Here is a list of how many skill points and stats you’ll get based on your current level:
- Lvl 30-39: +2 skill points, +1 stat
- Lvl 40-49: +3 skill points, +1 stat
- Lvl 50-59: +4 skill points, +2 stat
- Lvl 60-69: +5 skill points, +2 stat
- Lvl 70: +6 skill points, +3 stat
As an example, retiring a level 45 Landsknecht will give the retired adventurer a +2 STR and +3 skill points bonus.
Retiring multiple times the same adventurer will not stack the bonuses.